Just like that famous song from The Doors, you gotta break on through to the other side!
In this case, that side is an Amazon suspension.
Yep, when someone says that you’re banned from Amazon, it means you’ve gotten a nasty suspension email from Seller Performance which announces that your account has been taken down, and they’ve removed your selling privileges.
Now, get your head together! Time to do an Amazon Prison Break! Start taking notes!
First of all, practice some Zen, yoga, or whatever relaxation method you know.
Amazon suspensions can be scary, especially since the internet is full of stories about sellers who completely went bankrupt after being suspended.
But that’s just random people on the internet. It doesn’t mean YOU will suffer the same fate!
In fact, our Amazon suspension appeal service, Got Suspended?, can attest that almost every suspension is reversible, provided that the reinstatement process flows along smoothly.
So, let’s take a jab at what you can do to break on through to the other side!
Are you already relaxed? Great! Time to figure out that root cause. No, it’s usually not in Amazon’s initial email. They might tell you that you’ve gotten suspended for a violation of a policy, but they won’t really tell you the exact reason behind your suspension.
It’s all on you to figure out the culprit, and the way to fix the problem!
In fact, that’s what Amazon wants you to do. You’ll get bonus points for figuring out exactly what went wrong with your account and taking the right steps to fix it.
The “howness” of your reinstatements first and foremost depends on the reason for your suspension.
Amazon can take you down for a lot of reasons, from simple verification checks, to tougher instances like getting hit with an IP complaint from a brand or selling fake products.
Obviously, some problems require simple solutions (usually). For verification, you might just solve it if you provide the right identification. Other cases, like IP complaints might require legal assistance to handle because there will be negotiations involved.
After you figure out what brought your account down, it’s time to slowly build it up by writing an appeal based on the evidence you’ve discovered. An appeal is basically a letter which tells Amazon that you’ve made an effort at figuring out the main reason behind your suspension, usually referred to as the root cause, you’ve taken steps to fix the issue, and you’ve got to greater steps to make sure the issue is not repeated. Once you’ve written down a nice and convincing appeal, all that needs to be done is sending it in to Amazon for review.
Yes, we know that this process feels like too much of a headache. But, stop! Don’t delete your account in a fit of panic just yet! Our Amazon suspension appeal service is here with the single purpose of helping sellers like you with our professionalism and resources! We are eager to take on the challenge of your case and return you to Amazon’s platform in no time!
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